Companion Guides for People with Disabilities
These publications from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau provide financial planning guidance in consultation with national organizations that serve people with disabilities. Topics include paying for assistive technology, ABLE accounts, SSI, and budgeting.
Financial Education and Incentives
A hub of information from the U.S. Department of Labor about work incentives for SSDA and SSI recipients, Volunteer Income Tax Assistance, the Earned Income Tax Credit; and Money Smart, a financial education program from the FDIC.
Financial Resilience Center
Part of the National Disability Institute (NDI), the Financial Resilience Center has resources for employment and unemployment, money management, taxes, and public benefits, including resources for the Deaf and hard of hearing. The NDI also provides a number of tools for improving the financial wellness of people with disabilities, including financial education toolkits, guides to developing financial education programs, and fact sheets.
ABLE National Resource Center
The ABLE National Resource Center explains ABLE accounts as tax-advantaged savings accounts for people with disabilities. They allow public benefits recipients to accrue funds for disability-related expenses and still meet program eligibility limits.